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    November 29, 2006


    During a May 2004 appearance on The Daily Show, Janeane Garofalo told Jon Stewart, "At this point, I think voting for Bush is a character flaw." Now news from Connecticut suggests she may have been more accurate than she knew. The New Haven Advocate reports: [Christopher] Lohse, a social work maste ... More >>

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    June 5, 2006

    Toture Awareness Month

    Over at Tom Tomorrow's This Modern World, Jonathan Schwarz points out that June is Torture Awareness Month. Quoting from the announcement on June 26th is the date that the United Nations has marked as the International Day in Support of Survivors and Victims of Torture. This y ... More >>

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    May 10, 2006


    Mewling and puking aside, babies are usually good news, but a new report from Save the Children makes for grim reading. Tom Tomorrow, the great cartoonist (whose work can be found weekly in the Weekly), gets to the straight to heart of the matter on his blog, This Modern World: "... this is fucking ... More >>

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    April 21, 2006

    Beating around the Bush, or not, in Irvine

    Good news for those of us who have never seen the power of a monarchy in action, and the servility it demands of its subjects. President Bush is extending his weekend trip to California, and will be visiting scenic Irvine on Monday. According to the Register, "Bush will speak to the Orange County B ... More >>

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    March 24, 2006

    Strippers and Penguins

    Book Notes: Extended Family Edition As leading anthropologists and Garrison Keillor will readily confirm, most Minnesotans don't like to draw attention to themselves– but the good folks at Minneapolis City Pages, our sister publication in the frozen tundra, are not most Minnesotans. And one of ... More >>

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